I'm trying to reduce the weight of things I carry when traveling. I currently have a 3.5 pound notebook for photo editing, etc.
Every day I'd like to be able to at least identify good or bad photos and do some basic editing. This would help me decide what to change for the next day's photos and to upload some highlights to friends and relatives. I could re-edit at home.
Possibilities for something lighter
1) Ultrabook - a 2 (or maybe 2.5) pound notebook that can run Lightroom. Main alternatives would seem to be a few Windows Ultrabooks or a Mac Air. An 11" screen could be sufficient.
2) A tablet - I'd need an app that can deal with RAW files and do at least basic editing, for example, cropping, color correction, exposure, preferably something like LR's shadows, highlights, whites, blacks, contrast, local editing.
I'd prefer a tablet, all things being equal, due to lighter weight. 64gb should be enough storage.
A Microsoft Surface Pro 2 could be a possibility, but they are not very popular.
Any thoughts would be appreciated, including recommendations on specific hardware and apps.
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